A reader that gathers a diverse range of writers like Aristotle, Rousseau, Kant, Marx and Jefferson to examine the nature of 'citizenship'
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The historic links between the civil rights movements in Northern Ireland and the US.About the Author:
Brian Dooley is Director of Communications for Public Citizen, a non-profit advocacy organization in Washington DC, and is author of a critical study of Robert Kennedy, published by Keele University Press in 1995. He has worked for the BBC in Africa and for Amnesty International in London, and writes for the British press on US and Irish affairs.
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